Access Manager

One of the primary deployment use cases for any IDM customer is to provide a single sign-on access to the User Application for their users from outside the enterprise, mostly for the employees working remotely. In this case, no customer would want to give direct access to IDM URL or keep the IDM in…

Feb 7, 2017
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A common observation from our new NetIQ Access Manager customers is that they implemented it because of access fatigue, resulting from all the complexity of delivering a diverse set of services while keeping them secure. It’s often complex because the who, where and what of access continue to go through dramatic changes while IT’s mindset…

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Kent Purdy
Jan 16, 2017
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With the release of NetIQ Advanced Authentication Framework (AAF) 5.5, the AAF server can act as a SAML 2.0 Identity Provider where user credentials are validated. Any Service Provider that can talk SAML 2.0, such as the NetIQ Access Manager (NAM) server, can integrate with this so that users after having successfully authenticated with…

By: ncashell
Jan 4, 2017
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The Holidays are here and one of my all-time favorite traditions is catching up on my all-time favorite holiday movies. AND my ALL-TIME FAVORITE holiday movie is Elf. Buddy’s trip from the North Pole workshop down to New York City and his adventures there had me thinking about my every day grind. The day in…

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Dec 19, 2016
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The following guide shows how the NetIQ Advanced Authentication Framework (AAF) product can be enabled to accept user credentials passed in by Access Manager (NAM), so that users can single sign-on to the AAF enrollment page after having authenticated successfully to the NAM Identity server.

By: ncashell
Dec 14, 2016
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Validation of Access Manager services health usually is achieved by launching a REST call using “curl” or “wget” to get health/response to perform smoke or automation test suites is a typical Use case. Now that https…

Dec 13, 2016
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This cool solution explains a basic Access Manager configuration and event generation for using Analytics Server. To use the Analytics Server feature, first you need to configure Access Manager. Then run the attached script to send requests to Access Manager, so that audit events are sent to the Analytics Server. Based on the events…

Dec 5, 2016
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Access Manager can retrieve an attribute from an external resource and transform it before using this value with assertion and access policies. This feature supports user attribute modifications like transform value to uppercase etc., In some of the cases, the user information needs to be retrieved from a third party server from REST endpoint….

By: cstumula
Dec 5, 2016
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In this example environment, your Sentinel server is configured as an Audit Server for Access Manager, and Sentinel is used for all your enterprise auditing needs. But you also want to use the new Analytics Server for Access Manager-specific visual analytics. The Analytics Server filters and analyzes the events that are generated from the…

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